Leading Change: 4 Ways To Attack Problems Instead Of People

Leading Change: 4 Ways To Attack Problems Instead Of People

by Carey Nieuwhof As a leader, you dream of a better future. Maybe it involves reaching new families, changing your current ministry programs, launching a new idea, or leading a complete transformation of your ministry. Whatever that dream looks like, it necessarily involves change. But the hard reality is that if you attempt to change almost anything, you will encounter resistance. Leading change without losing it When that happens, especially when someone attacks your ideas (or you... Read More
Change Takes Time

Change Takes Time

We are part of a culture that is fast paced and expects immediate results. We want answers and results now. It’s why, every year at about this time, the New Year’s resolutions that we swore we’d keep have become “things we will work on next year.” We have the best of intentions of working out two hours every day, eating only vegetables, and reading through the Bible in a year. But when the diet and exercise don’t produce results in two days, and we get behind on our reading plan, we give up.... Read More